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Updated October 30, 2014 12:00 am
You use this script to search through all ePolicy Orchestrator users and deletes any marked as "disabled" if they are not administrators.
Updated November 4, 2014 12:00 am
ePolicy Orchestrator creates a number of special datatypes used for various objects.
ePolicy Orchestrator uses S-Expressions internally to define queries and operations. These S-Expressions must be used correctly.
You can only use the specific combinations of datatypes and operators defined by ePolicy Orchestrator and shown in this table.
Before any commands can be sent to a McAfee ePO server, authenticate with the server and store the returned session object.
Queries that join tables can return results with deep hierarchies. You can control this depth using parameters.
Updated October 29, 2014 12:00 am
Newly installed ePolicy Orchestrator extensions provide more web API commands. Learn which commands are available to you.
ePolicy Orchestrator defines a number of operators designed to operate on its own custom datatypes.
Several HTML files are included with the web API package that provide more information.
McAfee extensions can add commands to the McAfee Python client library. The Python client provides a way to determine which commands are available on your server.